Have you ever tried to pause your music with your native media keys only to accidentally start up iTunes and have multiple songs playing at once? Have you ever had the absurd notion that pressing the “skip” button should play the next video in a YouTube playlist? You aren’t alone. Providing this intuitive functionality has been the […]
Activator is one of the most popular tweaks for Jailbroken iOS devices for a reason. It is fantastically useful in making shortcuts for various tasks through a multitude of different triggers. The following are some of my favorite actions that I use on a daily basis. I hope that you find them as helpful as […]
Google Hangouts formerly set the standard for online video chat, but a new contestant has taken the lead with a service that not only offers flawless video chat, but also a perfectly synced Chrome window between all call participants. Welcome Rabbit to the stage. Recently redesigned video chat service Rabbit broadcasts a Chrome window from a virtualized desktop […]
YouTube is notorious for its simply dreadful comment sections filled with immature statements and pointless flamewars. Most people just turn a blind eye to this area all together, but what if you want to have a meaningful discussion about a video or want to read some intelligent reactions? The browser extension AlienTube fixes most YouTube comment […]
At the recent Google I/O 2014 conference, Google announced several new android and chrome projects and goals, with an emphasis on affordability and wearables. But what stood out was the demo of the first modular phone to come out of Project Ara. Around the beginning of last year, an organization called PhoneBloks started a campaign to develop […]
At the 2014 WWDC, Apple announced a new programming language called Swift. With inferred types, simple syntax, and an interactive editor (“playground”), it is easier to learn than its predecessor, Objective-C. Also, is offers performance enhancements over alternative languages. But will Swift have a drastic effect on the iOS and Mac application development process? The […]
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